Ротари Клуб Бургас, Дистрикт 2482 България

Ротари Клуб Бургас е един от трите най-стари клуба на РОТАРИ в България.
Ротари Клуб Бургас е създаден през 1937-ма година.

През 1941 година прекратява дейността си.Ротари клуб Бургас е възстановен през 1991 година.
Ротари Интернешънъл – най-старата организация с идеална цел има представителства в почти всички страни в света. Членовете на РОТАРИ се подбират сред лидерите в бизнеса и професиите. Ротарианците доброволно отдават време и умения  в службана обшеството. Мотото на Ротари Service Above Self (За безкористна служба) въплъщава хуманния дух на неговите членове. Дружбата между ротарианците и значимите обществени и международни проекти са характерни за Ротари в целия свят.

Елект президент и борд 2011-2012
Елект президент на РК Бургас - Илко Бонев (президент 2012-2013).
Борд 2011-2012: Секретар Мария Хаджипетрова, Вицепрезидент Иван Данев, Церемониалмайстор Веселин Пренеров, Ковчежник Любомир Георгиев.
Президент (избран преди 1 година) ще е Герхард Бенциен.
Пастпрезидент (настоящият президент) Стефко Русев.

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